Google has announced that its various test tools (AMP, Mobile, Search Console) now use an Evergreen version of Chromium, that is to say the latest version available, following the Googlebot robot in this way. Clearly, the technically complex sites will be better analyzed by these tools and therefore by the engine.
Google this week posted a post on its blog for webmasters explaining that, from now on, its various testing tools (mobile, display speed, structured data tags, URL Search Console Search, AMP, enriched results) will use a rendering delivered by Chromium Evergreen, as pre-announced at Google I / O last May , a move from version 41 to 75, or even the recent 76.
Note that the new Googlebot Evergreen is still on your site with the same user-agent as before. But it will be modified in the short term (no date indicated for the moment). Stay connected!
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